Posted by **anthony** on Saturday, October 30, 2010 at 3:57am.

in a downhill race a skier slides down a 40 degree slope. starting from rest how far must he slide down the slope to reach a speed of 130 km/hr. ignore air friction and assume the co effiecnt of kinetic friction between skies and snow is .1

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